Dr. Frank Sweet...

has been practicing medicine since 1989 after graduating from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where he originally specialized in Obstetrics/Gynecology. While in Portland, Dr. Sweet taught human dissection anatomy and living anatomy to first-year medical students. He was also the recipient of two scholarships for academic and leadership excellence while attending medical school.
Prior to medical school, Dr. Sweet worked as a mechanical engineer, graduating from Eastern Arizona College and Arizona State University. He did his pre-medical studies at Central Arizona College and the University of Arizona, graduating with honors. Dr. Sweet also attended the Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management, a world-leading masters program for international business.
In 1999, Dr. Sweet was appointed to The Arizona Board of Medical Examiners by Governor Jane Hull, where he worked closely on medical and political issues with Dr. John Brewer, husband of present governor Jan Brewer. He is or has been a member of the Arizona Association of Naturopathic Medicine, the American Association of Naturopathic Medicine, and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, an association that places an emphasis on umbilical stem cell research, bio-identical hormones, and many other researched based modalities used around the world.
Dr. Sweet eventually returned home to Arizona, setting up his practice in Prescott and Lake Havasu City, where he specializes in anti-aging medicine in addition to his general practice. In his spare time, he enjoys scuba diving, flying, photography, and traveling in Mexico (where he lived a short time). A fan and former participant in collegiate-level football, baseball, and track, Dr. Sweet is the father of seven children.